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The sequel to 'Damning an Angel'. Edward knows Bella is dead. He saw her murder himself. And yet,there is a girl that is just too similar to her to simply ignore. Is is Bella? Can he get close enough to her to find out?

CHAPTER SIX POSTED: EDWARD's Point of View!!!!!!!

((A/N: This is the sequel to Damning an Angel. If you have not read that, go back and read it before you read this. I'm not sure if it will make sense if you don't. To all the people who DID read Damning an Angel, here it is, a sequel, just like I promised.))

1. Chapter 1: Edward's Point of View

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Edward's Point of View

Is he coming?

He can't stay up in his room forever...

I thought the point of moving was to make him better. Forks held too many memories, too many reminders... for all of us. So, why is he still just as sad?

You can't miss the first day of school, Edward...

I sighed, ignoring the thoughts of my concerned family. I knew that they were worried about me, and they had full right to. It has been a hundred years since the death of Bella, a hundred years since I damned my angel, my only reason for existence. It was supposed to be our happy ending, but then Victoria had to interfere. She killed her, killed her right in front of me. And I couldn't do anything.

Alice thought moving from Forks would help me move on, or at least not to be so depressed. Much to her disappointment, relocation had no affect whatsoever on my depression.

Because no matter where I went, no matter how far I traveled from the unimportant town of Forks, Washington, Bella would not be there with me. Bella wouldn't be anywhere. Except the one place I could never go.

It's kind of odd if you think about it. I am sure beyond a single doubt that Bella passed into heaven, for could as pure of a creature as her honestly be fated to go anywhere else? But... If I truly believe that once you are damned Heaven is forbidden...

No. Bella is in the afterlife. Happy. Peaceful. Beautiful...

"Edward? Are you coming?" Alice asked softly, no louder than if I were right next to her rather than two floors above her.

I sighed again, reaching for my remote to my music player.

"No, Alice. I'm not going."

And I was alone.